Schedule changes for milling, repaving Farrow Parkway due to colder weather
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) - Plans for milling and paving a major route in Myrtle Beach have changed schedules due to cooler temperatures.
Crews have been working on milling and paving Farrow Parkway in Myrtle Beach and will be switched to a daytime schedule starting Friday, Nov. 18 through Nov. 23 since colder weather has rolled into the Grand Strand. Paving will pause during the Thanksgiving holiday.
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As colder temperatures have been forecast, the City of Myrtle Beach said the project may not be finished until the spring unless crews work in warmer daytime weather.
The $1.6 million project began Tuesday night and crews will resurface Farrow Parkway from Kings Highway to Fred Nash Boulevard over a 3-4 week span.
On-street parking is not allowed during the project.
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